Knee replacement no panacea for better sexual activity

Many patients are disappointed when sexual activity doesn't improve, but fail to ask doctors about it: Dutch study
Reuters Health
Seniors in bed

Many patients having knee replacements have hidden hopes that their sexual activity will improve post-op, but don’t ask doctors about it, a new study finds.

A year after surgery, about 40% of patients say their expectations of sexual activity were not met, researchers report in Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research.